Children and adults injured or killed by vaccines face a long uphill battle when filing for compensation with the U.S. vaccine injury compensation program (VICP), better known as “vaccine court.” American war veterans injured by vaccines face even grimmer prospects, as veterans appear to be routinely denied benefits for vaccine-related injuries. Part of the […]Read More Many Veterans Are Denied Benefits for Vaccine Injuries
Resource Guide for Veterans In Eastern Michigan, there is a strong and interconnected community supporting the men and women who serve and have served our country. We believe veterans deserve our gratitude and support for their dedication and service. That’s why SSR Law Office has produced this Veterans Resource Guide. The purpose of this guide is to […]Read More Veterans Resources
Image courtesy of Pixabay Parenting is tough at any time of year, but when the holidays roll around, look out! It’s that magical time of year when anxiety can kick in and take over – overthinking, overeating, overspending. Next thing you know you’re just over it, all of it. But you know what? You can […]Read More Anxiety Management Tips for Parents Facing the Holidays
For patients with PTSD to derive the greatest benefit from available evidence-based psychotherapies and psychiatric medications they must be able to fully engage in their treatment. However, a wealth of published data demonstrates that a majority of service members and Veterans with PTSD are not successful in doing so (e.g., Hoge et al., 2014; Spoont, […]Read More Patient Engagement in PTSD Treatment
While it’s something that many people don’t want to talk about, sex matters to people. Sexual function and sexual desire can be important parts of a person’s life, particularly if he or she is in a relationship. And, unfortunately, what we know is that combat posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects a veteran’s sexual desire and […]Read More Sexual Desire, Function and Combat PTSD
Some Veterans experience traumas beyond the battlefield. One of these can be called, “sanctuary trauma”. A concept developed by Dr. Steven Silver, sanctuary trauma “occurs when an individual who su… Source: Sanctuary Trauma and the ‘Sacred’Read More Sanctuary Trauma and the ‘Sacred’ This is also a problem in the USA
This veteran is from the Vietnam conflict and is a former POW. He needed to move residences at short notice. The previous landlord didn’t want to fix the house where he was staying. Instead of fixing the house, the landlord gave the veteran 3 days to move out. Tri-state Veterans Community Alliance (TVCA) contacted me […]Read More Helping the veteran community.